Social work student visits conversation on Haitian mental health
Mar19

Social work student visits conversation on Haitian mental health

A social work major who met with New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy last month is using her academic research to tackle issues in the United States and Haiti. Fabienne Edouard, a senior social work major, is using her platform for advocacy. Her research revolves around mental health in the Haitian community and affordable housing. Edouard started her work in mental health as a student in a research methods course last semester. Before...

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La Villa dishes out Mexican and Salvadoran food
Feb07

La Villa dishes out Mexican and Salvadoran food

La Villa Mexican and Salvadoran Food, located on 261 Irvington Ave., is a new Mexican-Salvadoran restaurant offering “authentic and fresh” cuisine with a 10% discount for students. Owners Mario and Kate Murgas opened the restaurant less than a month ago fulfilling a lifelong dream of theirs. The business is owned and run by the couple, but they hope to hire Seton Hall students for parttime jobs in the future. Mario said that Kate does...

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‘Likeless’ Instagram? Students share thoughts on new test feature
Nov21

‘Likeless’ Instagram? Students share thoughts on new test feature

Last week, Instagram started expanding its testing of private like counts to some accounts in the United States. “Our hope is to better understand how this idea changes how people feel about using our platform, particularly young people,” Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri said on Twitter. According to Business Insider, this comes after months of the company testing this new system in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Japan and New...

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Students share beard care tips for No Shave November
Nov15

Students share beard care tips for No Shave November

At the beginning of November, one may notice many clean-shaven faces gracing SHU’s campus. Notably, at the end of this month, one may also notice many cavemen walking the Green. This phenomenon of people growing out their beards in November is due to “No Shave November.” During the month, people with beards will forgo all grooming of their facial hair to raise awareness for cancer, and any money traditionally used for grooming would...

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International film festival shows ‘slice of life’
Oct25

International film festival shows ‘slice of life’

The fifth annual Seton Hall International Film Festival is in full swing this fall. Sponsored by the Languages, Literatures and Cultures Department and the Office of International Programs, the festival features 11 films from 11 different countries and will be shown throughout October and November. The films are shown with English subtitles and free pizza is served. Hosted in the Global Learning Center in Fahy 202, the event offers...

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TV shows to watch this Netflix and chill-y season
Oct10

TV shows to watch this Netflix and chill-y season

As the spooky season rolls in, it’s that time of year when students cuddle up by their laptops and binge watch some television shows. Photo via FX – Wikimedia Commons The Politician Jon Quinn, a junior marketing major, recommends Netflix’s “The Politician.” The series revolves around a high school student who is willing to “fight tooth and nail to win the student presidency,” Quinn said. Created by Ryan Murphy, this Netflix...

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Students work to bring SHU yearbook back
Oct03

Students work to bring SHU yearbook back

After more than 10 years since it ceased production, Seton Hall’s yearbook, “The Galleon,” is being brought back to life. Serenity Thom, a sophomore business marketing major and president of the developing organization, said the idea to bring back the yearbook came because she missed the aspect of having a yearbook. “Looking back at my friends and what they wrote in my yearbook is something I love to do and I want to be able to do...

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Walsh exhibit features piles and piles of piles
Sep19

Walsh exhibit features piles and piles of piles

On Sept. 12, the Walsh Gallery celebrated the opening of its newest exhibit called “Mounds, Piles & Massings.” The exhibit, which opened on Sept. 9, was curated by South Orange artist Greg Leshé in collaboration with the Pierro Gallery of the South Orange Village. Leshé explained that the inspiration for the exhibit came from photographer John Pfahl, who has multiple photographs featured in the exhibit. He said Pfahl’s work...

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